Our exhibition at the Knapp Gallery this month features paintings by two of our own artists as well as the work of two talented students from the Royal Academy of Arts.  
Bulgarian born Rumen Dragiev is one of our premier artist. His work that is on display at the Knapp Gallery is vibrant and energetic which Rumen creates using heavy paints which give lots of texture. Rumen takes inspiration from both the outside world as well as from his own mind to create to produce his very colourful and striking works that instantly brighten a mood.  
Angela Vanessa Winter’s work is mostly inspired by her travels and her life experiences. Angela studied Art and Design at The University of Hertfordshire and also achieved a City and Guilds certificate in life drawing at West Herts College. Angela, who is influenced by Bonnard, Van Gogh and Howard Hodgkins, uses many different colours in her paintings which are all reflections of her mood and emotions. Angela donates 25% of all her sales to one of the following charities - Motor Neurone Disease Association, R.N.L.I Port Isaac Great Ormond Street Hospital, The Swan Sanctuary.



This exhibition will be running throughout June to mid-July  so why not visit the Knapp Gallery which is next to the college reception accessed by the main entrance in York Gate, just on the corner of the Inner Circle.





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